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Gotham Conky Mod-Update by theb4rd Gotham Conky Mod-Update by theb4rd
Since so many people like this little simple conky configuration I decided to re-upload it here with the mods and fixes I made.

I'd like to say one more time all credit should go to the original author here: [link] I just added the network and now fixed and realigned it so that it uses the Ubuntu font.

I admit I like the GE Inspira font more, but since it's no longer available in no "legal" way to download, I thought it fairer to have it use a font that is available to all. I tested a bunch of fonts and decided on this one. If you want to change it by all means go ahead and do so, just keep in mind the offsets and voffsets will need adjusting.

----INSTALLATION----
Just extract and put .conkyrc file in your home directory :P

----Notes----
- To align the conky properly with your screen/wallpaper just edit the gaps at lines 21 and 22. Don't be afraid to use negative values but be gentle or it might jump to another PC's screen. :P
- The config tries to detect your network interface between eth1, wlan0 and eth0 in that order. If your network interface has some other random string in it then just edit the file and "search and replace" one of these with the one you use.
- The refresh rate is set to 3sec to keep it working with 0 cpu usage even in very old cpus. You might want to change that to 1. (line 4)
- The config uses three colors that can easily be changed with a "search and replace" as well. e0e0e0 as the color of the stats at the bottom, cccccc as the color of the big fonts and FCD97B as the orange-y colored font. You can switch them to your hearts delight.
- I have enabled the drop-shadows for the fonts because it makes it visible even in low-contrast situations (as can be seen in the preview I hope). If you think they're gaudy you can turn them off at line 13. You can also just change the shadow's color at line 18.

The ubuntu font you can get with a google search or via your distribution's repos.

Have fun!
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seemantshankar Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2013
I am not able to find the values which do the following...

1) Increase the vertical gap between the Time and Computer statistics. Its way to close to each other for my comfort. I would like to introduce a 2-5px gap between them.

2) The Day of the Week is way too much to the right. I want to re-align it to the beginning of the date. The font sizes are okay so I do not wish to touch that.

I tried many permutations to fix this but I have no idea how these scripts work. Can you please help me?
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theb4rd Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
1) in the beginning of the second line after TEXT increase the voffset (it's -2 now, no text wrapping plz).
2) in the first line after TEXT, at the far end (again no wrapping on your text editor) it says time %A, decrease the offset right before that.
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soliozuz Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Nice work!

A question though: Is there a way to get rid of the rectangular shading that I seem to be getting?
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theb4rd Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
That depends on which window manager you use (and which compositor if you're on a non compositing wm). Try changing the own_window_type to desktop or override instead of widget.
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soliozuz Featured By Owner Oct 24, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Yup that did the trick. I changed it to override and now it works fine! Thanks so much! If you want to see what I did with mine, just go here: [link] - I changed up some of the colors and added a few extras to mix and match.
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theb4rd Featured By Owner Oct 24, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Looking good, I always change things myself too. :D Glad I could help!
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CraazyT Featured By Owner Apr 13, 2012
Very nice!
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theb4rd Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
:highfive:
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ElderVLaCoste Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2012
An easy to read classic!
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theb4rd Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Simple and to the point. :)
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